Welcome to the KO Telemedicine Website!

KO Telemedicine will improve health for all First Nations Communities through a sustainable First Nations Telemedicine Program that is holistic, community driven and culturally appropriate.

KO Telemedicine (KOTM) delivers clinical, educational and administrative services via videoconferencing and advanced information communication technologies to First Nation communities in Ontario.

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Clinical Services Coordinator

Internal-External Reporting to the Assistant Director of eHealth Services, the Clinical Services Coordinator (CSC) supports and oversees the clinical activities of the telemedicine program and acts as a clinical resource for program management and staff. The CSC is a “Champion” of telemedicine in the region who engages community, federal and provincial health providers to enable seamless access to integrated telemedicine services, and plan and promote adoption of new virtual tools, platforms, and protocols.

Interim Program Assistant- KO eHealth Services

Temporary 6 month contract The Interim Program Assistant (PA) provides project assistance (decision support and administrative follow up) to the Director of eHealth Services and the Clinical Services Coordinator in the absence of the Assistance Director of eHealth.

KO eHealth - Invitation to Participate

Partnering with First Nations has always been a priority for Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) and its partners at Keewaytinook Okimakanak eHealth Telemedicine Services (KOeTS). Today, there are 70 First Nation communities using telemedicine to access clinical, educational and administrative health services. Using room-based videoconferencing systems, patients in these communities connect with clinicians and specialists across Ontario through real-time video, saving them the stress, time and costs associated with travel.

KO eHealth - Regional Telemedicine Navigator

Reporting to the Clinical Services Coordinator (CSC), the Regional Telemedicine Navigator is responsible for facilitating individual and group clinical consults for First Nations communities. The RTC is the point of contact between service providers and the community members and is responsible for brokering the connection between the two. S/he maintains documentation of all clinical telemedicine events.

KO eHealth - Directory Development Coordinator /Assistant Navigator

Reporting to the Clinical Services Coordinator (CSC), the Directory Development Coordinator (DDC)/Assistant Navigator is responsible for the development of the Aboriginal Directory in collaboration with the Ontario Telemedicine Network. In addition to the development and updating of the OTN Directory, the DDC will assist the Regional Telemedicine Navigator with the coordination of telemedicine consults.

The KO eHealth Newsletter for Fall 2016 is now available!

The KO eHealth Fall 2016 Newsletter is now available! 
Please click here to view it